All posts tagged with: Paul Tisdale

MK Dons Season Preview: Brittain to shine?

With the 2018-19 League Two season preview coming up, The Football Lab spoke to MK Dons fan Jonathan Harries (@harriesdon87). It’s certainly been a tough time for MK Dons with two relegations in three years. Clearly the club have made plenty of mistakes since promotion to the Championship in 2014-15: would you list the January… Read more →

Swindon v Exeter: taking chances

Exeter could have scored more than just the one goal in their victory over Cambridge last week. After Reuben Reid tucked away the rebound from his fifth minute penalty, Liam McAlinden missed two good chances, Lloyd James one while David Wheeler hit the post with his header. The Grecians might have had slices of luck… Read more →

Barnet Season Preview: new approach

Change is afoot at the Hive. Barnet are moving away from the typical ‘underdog’ tactics of Martin Allen – in which grit was valued higher than technique – and towards a more expansive style. The question is simple: will playing better football make Barnet a better team? Supporter Daniele Accurso of the excellent DansBlogTime has his say. This… Read more →